The Culinary Angle: Uni style-1

University life brings with it a lot of feelings and amidst the strong contenders of overwhelm, homesickness, freedom, happiness, stress etc. the biggest feeling is that of hunger. Honestly, the amount of hunger pangs one gets in uni is insane. It’s like, you eat a full blown meal for lunch and in ten minutes flat, you’re hungry for a snack and after another fifteen minutes, … Continue reading The Culinary Angle: Uni style-1

The Feline Photoshoot

Charles Dickens once said: “What greater gift than the love of a cat?” Truer words have never been uttered. Having a cat as a part of your family is a full blown ride. I adopted a cat on the fifth of February this year and since then, there’s never a dull moment in the house. My cat is called ‘Fish'(yeah, I named him…..) and he … Continue reading The Feline Photoshoot

The Picnic Post

One of the things that I pride myself on is my ability to spell but when it comes to the word that stands for “an occasion when people pack a meal and take it to eat outdoors, especially in the countryside”, I always find my myself tongue-tied. Hence the Oxford English Dictionary definition. hehe…. Ever since I can remember, I always pronounce the word ‘Picnic’ … Continue reading The Picnic Post

Pens Against The Swords

As we move from one crisis to another, here are some words from John Steinbeck that hit me in all the feels. “All war is a symptom of man’s failure as a thinking animal.” The world had its biggest and most dangerous crisis in the Coronavirus pandemic. It affected each and every person physically, mentally and emotionally. This brings me to one of the most … Continue reading Pens Against The Swords